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TWENTY-NINTH TALK 6oi teacher, however skilftd, however learned, is worthy of that name unless he can interest the children and get them to love him. It is an absolute prerequisite. That is the way in ^vhich our Masters teach us ; never by force, never by issuing commands, but by showing us the right way and by encouraging us to try to imitate Them. We may imitate Them with advantage in that also.